Added by Jade McClune on August 29, 2014
Posted by Madelaine Skiewies Laubscher on August 29, 2014
No less than 12 companies have sought to buy up the last few undeveloped seafront plots at Mile 4 in Swakopmund, but the municipality is standing its ground and sticking to its resolve not to sell any more unserviced erven.
CONTESTED GROUND: Aerial view of the disputed land west of…
“Give a man a fish to eat and you feed him for one day. Teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime,” is a mantra that companies around the Erongo Region are increasingly using.
Companies such as McClunes Civil Contractors, owned by Steven McClune and Abubaka Abrahams, have made it their task to assist…
The Nambian Ports Authority (Namport) and Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) have entered into a 5 year agreement, whereby Namport tenders will be allocated to Namibian or partner businesses whose funding can be directly provided by the DBN.
The agreement is focused on attracting local small to medium enterprises (SME's) to provide goods and services to Namport. Namport is…
A basic business management training workshop was held at the Multi-Purpose Centre in Walvis Bay this week to help young business entrepreneurs become self sufficient when starting their own business.
The training that usually lasts for a week, is offered to young Namibian entrepreneurs between the ages of 18 and 35 who have business ideas and need financial assistance in starting their own…